If I were to make any new year’s resolutions, which I’m not sure are even that useful (see a previous musing on this here thismindfullife.net/2016/01 ) they would be drawn from the learning that happened during the retreat late last year thismindfullife.net/…7/12/21/retreating-3 along with less sugar and more creative writing.
Part of this drive to unleash more creativity will involve The 52 Lists Project which I hope to work through as the year unfolds.
This book appealed to me as it was weekly rather than daily, which felt a more realistic aim. And it’s a book rather than staring at a screen which pledging to do a blog post everyday for a year or whatever would entail.
I guess that means a new year’s resolution might also include, if I decided to make them, less screen time, less busy-ness in general.
One day I hope to find that elusive work-life balance and so for the most part more than anything else less busy-ness resonates most with me if I were to pledge to do anything differently in 2018.
Belated happy new year – in the spirit of less busy-ness it has taken me a week to write a new year’s blog post!
Today’s total practice time: 30 minutes movement and seated practice